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specialist

Ecology an organism that has special nutritional requirements and lives in a restricted habitat that provides these
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But there'll be the motor round the corner, and we can run her up to a specialist in no time."
He impressed me, this country specialist. He had a solid grip of fact and a cool, clear, common-sense brain, which should take him some way in his profession.
Specialist historians describing the campaign of 1813 or the restoration of the Bourbons plainly assert that these events were produced by the will of Alexander.
"Ah!" said the specialist; "so you cannot sleep; you hear voices; you fancy you are being followed in the street.
We profit from the work of the specialists. That's what they are for.
The great specialist having condescended to the priest's simplicity, condescended expansively.
The only one to resist the "melancholy voluptuousness" of his art, is the spiritually conscientious one--the scientific specialist of whom we read in the discourse entitled "The Leech".
"When the specialist comes, and I know anything--definite about Pollyanna, I will let you hear from me," said a trembling voice.
The zany was progenitor to the specialist in humor, as we to-day have the unhappiness to know him.
May be you can recommend a specialist in psychopathy.
But I have confided my case to a strangely able man,-- a man who had known Moreau, and seemed half to credit my story; a mental specialist,--and he has helped me mightily, though I do not expect that the terror of that island will ever altogether leave me.
And that's what his own doctors say he needs--that crack German specialist who rips a man's bones and muscles into pulp and then molds them all over again.